Mate - Cuisine

Cuisine

  • Mate (beverage), the popular caffeinated beverage made from yerba maté
    • Mate or yerba maté (yerba: Spanish word for herb), a South American herb used to make the beverage
  • Coca tea or mate de coca, a beverage made from coca

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